Documenting by a photographic exercise a group of offices tables, which carry itself a symbolic charge (charging an ideology). The... Read More
Documenting by a photographic exercise a group of offices tables, which carry itself a symbolic charge (charging an ideology). The action works as a scanner to try to reveal the invisible surface of the object. Letting see the hiding under the table, it works as a statement of the informational space. It was photographed by parts. As a unity it creates a picture of the de-composed- composed table. Obverse is the main face of the coin or medal, in this case, is all the contrary of what is showed to us.
Constitution of the Republic of Cuba, promulgated by Military Order number 181, of May 20, 1902- It was approved by the Constituent Assembly meeting in Havana on February 21, 1901. The National Constituent Assembly, once approved and signed the Constitution that would govern the Republic of Cuba, also accepted the "Appendix" to it, known as the Platt Amendment.
Tomas Estrada Palma, approved 3 treaties that allowed the strengthening of the Platt Amendment. Commercial Reciprocity Treaty (December 11, 1902), Permanent Treaty (May 11, 1903), Naval and Coal Base Leasing Treaty (February 16, 1903).
The Permanent Treaty, which indicated how relations between Cuba and the United States would be at the end of the military occupation, was signed on this date in duplicate, in Spanish and English, by the plenipotentiary delegates of both countries. The Permanent Treaty had to wait its turn until March 22, 1904, the date on which the US Congress approved it; the Cuban upper house seconded it on June 8 and the Official Gazette of the Island made it public on July 14.